Arsenal are reportedly exploring a deal for David Raya this summer transfer window. Brentford are also ready to let him leave for the right price.
David Raya also prefers a move to the Gunners this summer transfer window. Hence, Bayern Munich have left the race for his signature.
ARSENAL AND DAVID RAYA TRANSFER LINKS FULL STORY
According to reports, Arsenal are exploring a deal for Brentford goalkeeper David Raya. Brentford are also open to selling him for the right price. This is also because David Raya has refused to sign a new contract with the Bees. Therefore, it allows him to leave next summer on a free transfer. Hence, Brentford are hoping to get a good fee this summer transfer window.
Therefore, Arsenal have made a contact with David Raya’s agent for the move. The Gunners have also received encouragement to make a bid for the goalkeeper. However, they will have to pay a sizeable transfer for the player to Brentford. Brentford have already rejected a loan with the option to buy offer rejected from Bayern Munich.
THE GUNNERS ARE OPEN TO SELLING MATT TURNER THIS SUMMER
According to reports, Arsenal are open to selling Matt Turner this summer. The USA goalkeeper played as a second choice to Aaron Ramsdale. Hence, the goalkeeper now wants to leave the club for regular game time from the next season. Nottingham Forest have made a move for the goalkeeper. However, they are also negotiations for the return of Dean Henderson.
Hence, Nottingham Forest will only sign one goalkeeper this summer transfer window. There is also a gap in valuation with Arsenal for Matt Turner. However, the goalkeeper remain open to a move. Matt Turner would become number one with Nottingham Forest. Hence, the Gunners are looking to sign Raya to provide competition for Ramsdale in the squad.
Arsenal are becoming a face to reckon with their new signings this summer. Hence, with the possible signing of David Raya, the Gunners have improved in every position this summer. Another positive is that Thomas Partey will also remain at the club.
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